0
0
0
s2smodern

Understanding Christianity as a religion to transform injustice structures and with some values and a special world vision.

This is one of the objectives of the course on Faith and Politics organized since 2006 by the European Jesuits, with the collaboration of its think tanks in the field of faith-justice relation and to be held in Venice in late August.

It is aimed especially at young people between 20 and 35 who are interested in exploring the vocation of political life and public involvement, from the Christian perspective. Participants in previous editions value the training offered on the Social Doctrine of the Church, which is an important contribution to modern social thought but often is unknown. Also noteworthy is the opportunity it gives to meet, share and debate with other young Europeans, who have a common interest in this issue, but from countries, areas of action and diverse experiences.

Among the centers that promote this course is the Jesuit European Social Centre, Brussels, which works to influence European social policies, as well as two Jesuit centers in Spain, Pignatelli center of Zaragoza and Cristianisme i Justicia, Barcelona.

"Faith and Politics" course will take place in Venice from 21 to 28 August 2016, at the Jesuit International Students Hostel. For more details, registration or apply for a scholarship, visit http://faithandpolitics.eu/

0
0
0
s2smodern